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Kansas Troubles
Kansas Troubles
Lynne Hagmeier, designer and owner of Kansas Troubles Quilters, has been creating and sharing her quilt designs since 1995. She learned to quilt in 1987 while working at a local quilt shop-partly as a way to maintain her sanity as she and her husband, Robert, raised their six children. The last two children graduated high school May of 2000 and that has allowed her love of quilting to blossom into a full time business. Lynne has a very distinctive style of traditional quilting with adding her own personal flair by embellishing her quilts with wool applique’s and wool embroidery. Lynne’s husband gets involved in the business. He is a history teacher and researches information for her quilts and the stories that inspire them. Lynne and Robert make quite a team. Good things just keep on coming with this gal. New fabric groups, new quilt kits, new quilter’s journals... more. To find out more find her website here



 
Kanvas Studio
Kanvas Studio



 
Kate & Birdie
Kate & Birdie
Kate & Birdie Paper Co. is a Canadian boutique stationery design house founded in 2004 by Gloria Wall and her husband Steve. With a focus on sustainable papers and simple, classic design, Kate & Birdie’s products feature Gloria’s whimsically vintage hand-drawn illustrations and patterns in a warm and sophisticated color palette that’s become a brand signature. Their paper goods – including boxed note sets, greeting cards, invitations, wrapping paper and notebooks – can be found in 1000 independent boutiques, bookstores and specialty stationery shops worldwide.



 
Kate Nelligan
Kate Nelligan
Kate lives on the coast of Maine and designs from her home studio, tucked in the woods down a long dirt road. Drawing from her surroundings, she finds inspiration in the blue green waves and water, mussel shells in the sand, and the coastal gardens all around. 
From block printing, to paper cuts, watercolor to Sharpie sketches, Kate blends her love for color with her passion for pattern as she creates textiles and home decor items that liven up any room. After many years as a freelance product and graphic designer, Kate is excited to step out in 2015 as an independent designer partnering with a variety of manufacturers to offer fresh new looks for pillows, rugs, sandals, candles and more! Kate lives in Kennebunkport with her husband Jamie, son Liam and sweet black lab, Sadie Girl. Visit katenelligan.com to learn more about her work.



 
Kate Spain
Kate Spain
"I find inspiration everywhere in Nature – an unlikely color combination that lures me in, a simple flower that I’d never looked at so closely before, random patterns – sandpiper tracks, fern fronds, willow buds. In the studio, I try to translate these natural shapes, light, and colors into designs."

A walk with Kate through the woods, along the shore or in her back- yard reveals her insatiable curiosity in her surroundings and the changes occurring in nature — from day to day and throughout the seasons. She is an avid gardener and photographer and is inspired by even the smallest poetic patterns she discovers outdoors.

Kate’s design collections reflect her sense of wonder and aspire to bring the energy of the outdoors into our homes to enrich and enliven them. Kate’s style radiates with natural balance and freshness. Her palettes offer a unique, sophisticated and widely appealing mix. Her developing brand extends a bouquet of nature-inspired, quality products that celebrate and enhance our everyday.

Kate is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and has been working in the design and product development field for over 15 years.




 

Kathy Hall
Kathy Hall



 
Kathy Schmitz
Kathy Schmitz
Kathy Schmitz never really knew what was going to hit her when she signed up to do her first Quilt Market. She had always been a quilter. In fact, she is a fourth generation quilter. Kathy made her first quilt when she was 13 years old on her grandmother’s treadle sewing machine. In high school, she made another quilt using batiks. At the time, her mother questioned Kathy’s fabric choices but soon realized how creative Kathy really was. Quilt Market seemed the perfect fit to peddle her line of quilt inspired cards and plaques. The youngest of three girls, she grew up always drawing, painting or sewing. Kathy went on to attend college to become a graphic designer. However, the rigid style was not exactly what she was comfortable with. She wanted to do illustrations. One Christmas, she wanted something new to hang over her mantle during the holidays. She dug out the three tubes of paint that were left over from her school days and painted her house in a snow scene and hung it over the mantle. She fell in love with this type of illustration and continued to paint pictures of other people’s homes. In March of 2002, Kathy started Kathy Schmitz Studio and then ended up at Quilt Market in May. With the support of long time friend and business manager, Betsy Deines, they knew they could do this. Her illustrations were a huge success. Kathy lives in a little cottage in Portland, Oregon with her husband and best friend Steve.



 
Kids Quilts



 
Kim Diehl
Kim Diehl
After falling in love with a sampler quilt pattern in the late 1990’s, Kim taught herself the steps needed to make it and was forever hooked on quiltmaking. With one of the first quilts she made, became the winner of a contest sponsored by a national quilting magazine. This in effect, turned her life down a whole new and unexpected path.

Kim’s work has been featured in numerous national and international quilting magazines. Her easy quiltmaking and invisible machine appliqué techniques led to an extensive national teaching schedule for several years until she retired from travel in 2011. In addition to authoring her “Simple” series of books with Martingale & Company, Kim has designed several fabric collections for Henry Glass & Co., Inc., enabling her to be involved in the full circle of quiltmaking from start to finish. What a wonderful experience for a girl who began her journey wondering if she had what it took to make a single quilt!



 
Kim Schaefer
Kim Schaefer



 
Kinkame
Kinkame
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Koko Seki
Koko Seki



 
Laundry Basket Quilts - Edyta Sitar
Laundry Basket Quilts - Edyta Sitar
Edyta’s love for fabric began at a very early age when she cut her mothers’ drapes to create her first fabric project. Her mother recognized Edyta’s passion for fabric and she taught her the skills required for sewing. Creating beautiful gowns initiated Edyta’s journey into creative textile design and was a building block into the quilting adventure that lie ahead of her. Edyta considers her marriage to her husband Michael one of her biggest blessings. She not only fell in love, but she built a close relationship with her mother-in-law Carol and grandmother-in-law Anna; two women who introduced Edyta to their family tradition of quilting. Edyta has always possessed a desire to express herself about the objects or occasions in her surroundings and now quilting design is the avenue she chooses to release this passion. The combination of inspiration, a love for fabric, a keen eye for color, and her family teachings blended into the recipe for developing a thriving talent for designing quilts and quilting patterns. “My children and my husband are my greatest motivation; this is like a Cinderella dream for me, being able to do what I love and sharing this love with others is the greatest feeling and reward I could imagine!”



 
Laurel Burch
Laurel Burch
Laurel was a self-taught painter. She saw herself as a folk artist, telling stories. “In our fast-paced, changing world,” she said, “we need symbols that are a reminder of the ongoing world of the spirit.” On some level, her work was always about bringing different cultures together, and about our connection with the earth and all living things, ideas that have only increased in relevance today. Laurel was always incredibly prolific. Even during her long periods of convalescence, when she was forced to paint from a bed or wheelchair, she seldom put her brushes down. Laurel said, “I refuse to have anything in my life that I can’t turn around into something magical and beautiful. I just refuse.” Her art will forever convey a sense of joy and passion and lightness. There is an inner strength in her figures, with their bold lines and sinuous curves, and something irrepressible in the explosion of her colors. The universe of her imagination was fertile, burgeoning, uplifting, egalitarian, a place where every flower and dragonfly was transformed into something...magical and beautiful. On September 13, 2007, Laurel passed away due to complications from the bone disease, osteopetrosis. She will be greatly missed, but her spirit will continue to brighten our world...• To learn more about Laurel Burch visit her website here



 
Lauren McMullen
Lauren McMullen



 
Leanne Anderson
Leanne Anderson



 
Legacy Patterns
Legacy Patterns
Having been introduced to fabric and sewing at a young age had a profound impact on my life. My mom taught me to sew, crochet and knit at the age of 7. I did not realize what an impact fabric and fibers would have in my life at the time. She passed away when I was 8 years old and working with fabric has given me a lifelong connection with her. Fortunately, I come from a long line of strong independent women. I was also lucky enough to spend many summers and weekends with my grandmother who was an artist and encouraged me to continue working and creating with fabric. I sewed many of my clothes growing up and started quilting in the 1970’s. I am a self-taught quilter and took my first quilting class after moving back to Kansas.



 
Legacy Quilts



 
Lella Boutique - Vanessa Goertzen
Lella Boutique - Vanessa Goertzen
It was inevitable that I should become a quilter. Addictions of this magnitude tend to be familial, and boy have I been predisposed. I’ve got my mother to blame–she shared her sewing and design knowledge with me since I was a little girl. Thanks to her, I became a full-blown quilt addict by the time I was sixteen years old. Of all my mother’s talents, however, I was most impressed by her ability to incorporate a sense of magic into all aspects of life. Now that I am grown, I find myself revisiting my childhood quite often as a source of inspiration. Back in 2010, I quit my job to stay at home with a new baby. After a few months of adjusting to my new role as mother, I became reacquainted with my sewing machine and decided to start a blog and pattern company called Lella Boutique. When I tried to come up with a business name, I kept thinking about a sweet pink toddler dress that my mom made for me to twirl around in. I called it my “Lella” dress–”Lella” being my way of saying “Cinderella” at that age. I could think of no sweeter emblem than that beloved dress to remind me to incorporate all of those wonderful childhood elements into my creative process.



 
Lesley Grainger
Lesley Grainger
Lesley Grainger is a wife, mom and designer. Her passion to create started as a child and she dreamed of being an artist from her early childhood memories. Lesley is originally from England were she studied Art and received BA Honors Degree in Illustration and Design. She moved to California in 1999 with her husband and daughter. Her designs are inspired by her children, color and nature, especially the beach! In 2008 she started licensing her designs. Lesley’s whimsical and unique style grabbed the attention of leading businesses and her designs moved quickly into stores nationwide. Her distinct and colorful style is now licensed on many global products. She lives in sunny California with her husband, daughter and son where she continues to create new designs.



 
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